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God's Gift of Time

Most all of the Christian world today believes that Sunday is God's holy day. But it was not always so. In the time of Christ and the early Christian church, Saturday was the commonly accepted day of worship. So, what (or who) changed it? The following is a point-by-point study on the subject which shows clearly the Bible's position on God's Day of Worship. As is our habit, we ask that you please take a moment to ask for the Holy Spirit to guide you into truth before you begin.
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Most all of the Christian world today believes that Sunday is God's holy day. But it was not always so. In the time of Christ and the early Christian church, Saturday was the commonly accepted day of worship. So why did it change? And who or what changed it?

The following are point-by-point studies on this subject. Please complete the studies in the order they are given (as the information builds based upon prior studies). We believe the honest seeker will see clearly the Bible's position on God's Day of worship. Please take a moment to ask for the Holy Spirit to guide you into truth before you begin.

Part 1: The "Christian" Sabbath

Part 2: The Heart of God's Law

Part 3: Is God Picky About Which Day I Keep?

Part 4: Has the Calendar Changed?

Part 5: The Majority Can't be Wrong

Part 6: What Day Did Jesus Keep?

Part 7: The Sabbath and the Early Christian Church?

Part 8: The Ten Commandments in the NEW TESTAMENT

Part 9: What Was Nailed to the Cross? (Colossians 2)

For more information on Colossians 2:14-17, we recommend the video: "Colossians Two". You can order your copy at Bible Explorations / Videos.

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